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Sunday, September 30

Adams denounces 'indefensible' terrorism: Electronic Telegraph
Andrew Alderson and Ted Oliver

Sinn Fein member: Don't compare IRA to Sept. 11 thugs: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

SF's southern strategy depends on decommissioning: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

Hard days ahead for Sinn Féin: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Adams: Terrorism ethically indefensible: BBC

Martin O'Hagan, 1950-2001 - murder is murder is murder: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

We shot reporter, says loyalist gang: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Journalist's murder by loyalists leaves ceasefire in Ulster hanging by a thread: Sunday Herald
Neil Mackay

Republicans plot their next move: BBC
Martina Purdy

Slain journalist knew his killers: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly Anton McCabe and Maol Muire Tynan

'A man who stood up for truth': The Observer
Kevin Toolis

'That's what defined the guy -- his courage': Sunday Herald

Vengeance of dead King Rat: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Ceasefire makes Reid 'look foolish': BBC

O'Hagan murder brings call to act against gunmen: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Loyalist murderers work under badge of convenience: UTV Internet

Terror is indivisible: Electronic Telegraph

Bush envoy drops in on Sinn Fein to push IRA arms case: The Sunday Times
John Lee

Ardoyne: from quiet suburb to war zone: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

The mob lynching that triggered Belfast's frenzy of rioting: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Violence on streets escalates despite promise: Sunday Business Post
Frank Connolly and Anton McCabe

Anthem for a lost generation: The Observer
Henry McDonald

'Heroes' that Ireland doesn't need: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Hoey voices concern over peace process: UTV Internet

Forced to fight by Sinn Fein: The Sunday Times
Betty Boothroyd

Sinn Fein calls for inquiry into intelligence agencies: UTV Internet

Ulster police recruits allowed to fail fitness test: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Former priest takes place on policing board: UTV Internet

Saturday, September 29

Journalist murdered: The Times
Laura Peek

Loyalists claim journalist murder: UTV Internet

Enemies on both sides: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

Adams: 'Stay with peace process': BBC

Dog-house Sinn Fein are barking up the wrong tree: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

UDA given last chance to end its violence: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Reid tells UDA: This is your final chance: The Times
Oliver Wright

Parties divided over Reid’s UDA ultimatum: Irish News
Sharon O'Neill

UDA win reprieve after they draw back from brink: The Independent
David McKittrick

UDA ceasefire: 1994 - 2001?: BBC
Dominic Casciani

Community leaders 'must end riots': BBC

Attacks on nationalists orchestrated, claims Ahern: Irish Independent
Chris Glennon

Both sides responsible for heightened tensions: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

It's war on global terror, but don't forget about us: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Belfast quiet after ceasefire warning: BBC

Belfast ablaze: The Times

A failure of imagination: The Guardian

Standing up to Terror: The Irish Times

Fresh NI peace move needed - Major: BBC

Stop backing terror, US tells IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Terrorist attacks reveal repugnance of NI violence: The Irish Times
David Andrews

Spotlight on Sinn Fein's visitors: BBC
Mark Devenport

Paisley urges assault probe: Belfast Telegraph

Friday, September 28

Trimble ultimatum to Sinn Fein over IRA arms: The Times
Tom Baldwin

Unionists travel south to state case: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Louise McCall

Trimble honoured at Tory conference as links strengthen: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

SF ardfheis programme raises touchy issues: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

Adams in danger of losing US allies: Electronic Telegraph
Toby Harnden

Industry chief in IRA plea to Bush: Irish News
Frank McNamara

How the SDLP can help Ulster to catch the changing tide: Belfast Telegraph
Dennis Kennedy

No rival for Durkan's bid to lead SDLP: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Where to now, Captain?:
Philip Campbell

Board should get on with it: Irish News

Schoolgirls sing songs to drown jeers: The Irish Times
Roisín Ingle

Loyalist mob opens fire on police: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Police attacked in loyalist protest: BBC

RUC call in reinforcements to North Belfast: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

1,000 face dole if violence continues: Irish News
Kieran McDaid

Both sides are breaking truce, says RUC chief: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Belfast streets spawn a new generation of hatred: The Independent
David McKittrick

Delight and danger in Belfast: The Scotsman
Fordyce Maxwell

Riot terror must not be tolerated: Belfast Telegraph

Challenge from Sinn Féin and Independents will test party: Irish Examiner
Mary Dundon

Return to Normal? It Won’t Be Soon: New York Observer
Terry Golway

Ireland must stand with the US: Irish Voice

Bloody Sunday film to be shown on anniversary: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

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Man shot 'without warning': BBC

Witness tells inquiry of shock at shootings: UTV Internet

Thursday, September 27

Trimble concern over policing posts: BBC

End the infighting on police reform, says Reid: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

'Clean walls' policy offensive to RUC: BBC

The SDLP, post-Hume-ously: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Last chance in Belfast? / The IRA should heed Hume's advice on arms: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Rich friends in New York: BBC
Jonathan Duffy

Gerry and Osama — Bloody Together: New York Post
Bob McManus

IRA's alleged Colombian connection may reach top leaders: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Recalling the Provos' Libyan arms connection: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Criticism over Tory leader's comments: BBC

Tory chief's criticism of IRA welcomed: The Irish Times

Two police officers injured by rioting loyalists: The Independent
Ian Graham

Extra security for school dispute: BBC

Loyalists 'create panic' with fireworks attack: UTV Internet

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Mullan tells of seeing man being shot: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Civilian fired from flats, Bloody Sunday probe told: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Wednesday, September 26

RUC and Army in security talks as fears grow over sectarian violence: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

War on terror 'must include NI': BBC

Adjectives are new but it's the same old story: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Seeing the big picture: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Call for Noraid crackdown: BBC

Double standards on terror: Electronic Telegraph

SF fundraiser 'will benefit victims': BBC

Breakthrough or breakdown looms: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Agreement warning: UTV Internet

RUC chief weighs up IRA link to gun attacks: Irish Independent

Guns back on troubled streets: BBC
Brian Rowan

Marxist who met IRA urges US attack: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Crisis in peace process will dominate SF conference: Irish Examiner
Fionnán Sheahan

Police reform delay over chairing issue: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP 'nervous' over police body: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police board reflects wide range of views: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Parades Commission figures: UTV Internet

Boland funeral attracts large republican presence: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Welcome to Belfast's promised land: The Times (Sep 25)
Richard Morrison

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Dying man 'crawled towards me': BBC

People emerged to face troops despite shooting: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Tuesday, September 25

Trimble tries to shut Sinn Fein out of executive: The Independent
David McKittrick

Adams warns against collapsing executive over IRA weapons: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

IRA less likely to disarm, says Adams: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Officials seek arms path through Trimble minefield: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Reid asks the IRA to send a 'symbol of reassurance': The Irish Times
George Jackson

Leading Irish American urges IRA to disarm: BBC

Ulster's hopes for peace are fast disappearing: The Independent
David McKittrick

McCartney theory will be put to test: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

The wrong moment: The Times

Toying with our hopes: Irish Independent

Third time unlucky?:

Time for action rather than words: Belfast Telegraph

Cross purposes: The Guardian
Will Woodard

Learning the lessons:
Danny Morrison

Paramilitary flags under attack: BBC

Worst violence in 20 years - police chief: UTV Internet

Displaced loyalists partly to blame for riots: The Irish Times
Jiim Cusack

Shots fired at police in Belfast: BBC

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Inquiry adjourned as witness breaks down: UTV Internet

Monday, September 24

Reid urges IRA to act as Trimble moves to shorten deadline for assembly : The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Reid puts pressure on IRA to start on decommissioning: Financial Times
Brian Groom

IRA vows to step up disarmament to save accord: Christian Science Monitor (Sep 22)
Anne Cadwallader

IRA given three-week disarming ultimatum: Boston Herald (Sep 23)
Jim Dee

Trimble attacks contradiction of Blair's 'inducements' to IRA: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Republicans cannot avoid decision on arms: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Even America thinks the IRA are terrorists, so why doesn't Blair?: Electronic Telegraph
David Trimble

Missing The Bigger Picture: The Irish Times

All nationalists must make stand on decommissioning: Irish Examiner

I'm so tired: The Guardian
Simon Hattenstone

Sinn Fein 'too soft,' says terror chief: Sunday Life (Sep 23)

NI police hurt in violent clashes: BBC

RIRA sleeper units in London told to stand down: Sunday Life (Sep 23)

Real IRA said to be close to ceasefire: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Jim Cusack and Mark Hennessy

Real IRA ceasefire reports doubted: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

Real lRA chiefs sideline city members over leaks to gardai: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Sinn Fein says no threat in Adams's comments: The Irish Times

Orange lodge threatens legal action: UTV Internet

Mobilisation call to loyalists: Sunday Life (Sep 23)

Sunday, September 23

NI Assembly reinstated: BBC

UUP to pull out of restored Executive: UTV Internet

Trimble in threat to wreck Cabinet: Sunday Herald
Jennifer Johnston

IRA not about to disarm, says Reid: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Reports say IRA voted to disarm: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

The only difference, Gerry, is one of scale: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Why the IRA is suddenly keen on peace: Evening Standard
Peter Kellner

This suspension will be the last: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

Can devolution survive?: BBC
Mark Simpson

Some advice for certain Irish gentlemen: Electronic Telegraph
Kevin Myers

Low-tech terrorists slip the net: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

IRA pushed to do right thing: Sunday Independent

Sinn Féin and the Turkish connection: Sunday Independent
Bernard Purcell

Freed IRA chief visited Colombia: The Sunday Times
Maeve Sheehan and Liam Clarke

Was John Hume a Sinn Féin patsy?: Sunday Independent
John A Murphy

Hume was troublesome pet of the south's political elite: Sunday Business Post
Emily O'Reilly

Adams alliance blots Hume's copybook: Sunday Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Towering over chaos: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Belfast youths 'more bigoted' than the Troubles generation: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Saturday, September 22

IRA 'close to deal on arms' as Reid extends deadline: The Independent
David McKittrick

Britain Again Reinstates Direct Rule on Northern Ireland: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Reid suspends Stormont once more: The Scotsman
Fraser Nelson

IRA prepares to destroy two secret arms dumps: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Door open for decommissioning: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

America will turn on IRA to support Britain: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

IRA's weapons plans respond to new climate: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

London sees opportunity to end arms logjam: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Time for us to make peace: Irish Voice
Gerry Adams

SF votes depend on IRA compliance: The Irish Times
Garret Fitzgerald

IRA's time to choose sides: Irish Independent

Time to decommission as another deadline looms: Irish Examiner

Where does Tony Blair draw the line on terror?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Reid praises police move: UTV Internet

Unionists will follow `own agenda' on policing board: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

At last, unionists take their places: Belfast Telegraph

RUC title 'may go' by November: BBC

Adams issues warning to new police recruits: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Hume hopes legacy will be no more sectarian atrocities: Irish Examiner
John Downing

John the evangelist: Irish Independent
Justine McCarthy

Adams delays his trip to Cuba: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Friday, September 21

Deadline over peace as Reid decides on assembly: The Scotsman
Fraser Nelson

Republicans 'no longer have credibility': Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Assembly still set to close despite IRA statement: The Independent
David McKittrick

IRA statement branded 'cynical': BBC

Ahern challenges IRA to decommission: Irish Examiner
John Downing

Strong support in North for early IRA move: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Poll result urges assembly elections: BBC

Unionist rebels tell Trimble to walk out: The Times
Oliver Wright

UUP signs up to police board: BBC

SDLP appoint Police Board members: UTV Internet

Opinion - What now for Ulster, Mr Blair?: Belfast Telegraph
Roberty McCartney and Joseph Skelly

How carnage in US creates new urgency on disarmament: The Scotsman
Malachi O'Doherty

IRA's position changed by terrorism in the US: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

A different terror?: Electronic Telegraph

Tá An Lá Tagtha: The Irish Times

War on terrorism demands some action from the IRA: The Independent

Immense US pressure on IRA: Belfast Telegraph

IRA’s latest offer on weapons is not enough: Irish Examiner

Maskey speaks of arrest:
Alison O’Brien

RUC sets up disaster fund: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

The best tribute to Hume:

Loyalists to step up protests: UTV Internet

World to hear the full story of the Ardoyne trail of terror:

SF confirms Adams will go to Cuba: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Loyalist killer loses appeals: Belfast Telegraph

Aberdeen Orange march ban overturned: The Times

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Arrested man 'shot on Bloody Sunday': BBC

Witness questioned over row of bodies memory: UTV Internet

Thursday, September 20

IRA pledges intensified talks with panel on disarmament: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

IRA ready for more talks on disarming: The Times
Linus Gregoriadis and Melissa Kite

IRA move on arms likely: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock, Jim Cusack, Frank Millar and Alison O'Connor

Q&A: The IRA statement: BBC
Denis Murray

US reinforces pressure for IRA arms initiative: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

IRA offer will not sway unionists: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Atrocities prompt new IRA stance: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

The IRA's move: Financial Times

PMs reaffirm peace process support: BBC

Peace plan is way forward, says Blair: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Unionists criticise Blair over weapons: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Durkan may go unchallenged in leadership bid: UTV Internet

Hume's plea must be heard: The Irish Times
Mary Holland

Fond farewells to John Hume; now N. Ireland looks ahead: Philadelphia Inquirer
Fawn Vrazo

Living up to John Hume: The Guardian

IRA expresses sympathy for victims of 'deplorable attacks': The Independent
David McKittrick

Sinn Fein member held in Turkey: Electronic Telegraph
Toby Harnden

Police raise money for US terrorist attack victims: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland police reform costly: Albany Times Union
Lara Jakes

Targets on policing change published: BBC

Six people charged in Ardoyne school violence: The Independent
David McKittrick

Eight loyalists held over Catholic school protest: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

Setback in Holy Cross dispute: BBC

RUC 'biased over school stand-off': Electronic Telegraph

IRA charge trial adjournment refused: The Irish Times

Four held after 'deplorable' riot: BBC

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Soldiers seen firing into the Bogside: UTV Internet

Wednesday, September 19

Mallon ruled out as SDLP leader: BBC

Mallon to resign as parties search for new leaders: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Ireland after Hume: Financial Times (Sep 18)
Brendan O'Leary

Hume deserves the accolades: Belfast Telegraph

Is it time to admit Trimble has blown it?: Irish News
Brian Feeney

IRA warned about Colombia 'links': BBC

Sinn Fein Spurns U.S. Over Arrests in Colombia: New York Times
Warren Hoge

IRA trio ‘taught Colombians politics’: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

US events add to pressure on Sinn Fein: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Noonan warns IRA to 'get off the fence' over weapons: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Semtex doesn't stand in way of sincere 'sympathy': Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

On courage, Catholicism and cowardice: The Guardian (Sep 17)
Henry McDonald

Terror doesn't start at Calais: Electronic Telegraph

Paisley holding back on policing: BBC

Holy Cross parents meet with Reid: UTV Internet

'No sign' of school dispute resolution: BBC

Attack causes fears of loyalist feud: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Election court judgement reserved: BBC

15, 16 extra ballot papers issued petition: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

St Patrick’s Day to be marked at last in City Hall...with a RIR hooley: (Sep 17)

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Witness didn't recognise shot friend: UTV Internet

Witness names nine IRA members: The Irish Time
Dick Grogan

Tuesday, September 18

Ulster's man of peace steps down: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Ill health forces Hume to resign as SDLP leader: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Salesman for peace tries to close last deal: The Herald
Michael Settle

Search on for Hume successor: BBC

Mallon or Durkan tipped to succeed John Hume: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Mallon silent on SDLP leader contest: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack and Mark Brennock

Party ponders at crossroads between new direction and familiar paths: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Good Friday pact the pinnacle for a champion of reconciliation: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Reid salutes 'peace force': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

John Hume: Distinguished politician: BBC

Hume a liberal reformer in the mould of Parnell: The Irish Times
Steven King

From civil rights to Good Friday, Hume's standing in Irish nationalism is assured: The Independent
David McKittrick

Concern is how new leader will take on Sinn Fein: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

Resignation doesn't signal the end of a proud political career: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Giant peacemaker will be a hard act to follow: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Tragedy of John Hume: Electronic Telegraph

A political career that ended in disappointment: The Independent

Time to salute Hume as hero and statesman: Irish Examiner

Grant Hume his final wish: Irish News

Dedicated to peace: Irish Independent

John Hume's contribution: The Irish Times

Unionists to lobby senators on terror linkings: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McGuinness drug vow: UTV Internet

Colombia details fresh IRA link to guerrillas: Financial Times
James Wilson and John Murray Brown

Sinn Fein confident over US fundraising: UTV Internet

No move against Sinn Féin over FARC- Haass: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

School protest resumes: BBC

Protestant school children attacked: UTV Internet

'Decision time' for parties on policing: BBC

Memorials to murdered police officers will remain: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein 'cheated at poll': The Times
Oliver Wright

Maskey released by Turkish authorities: Irish News
Bimpe Fatogun

Making peace with terror: Baltimore Sun (Sep 16)
Michael Ollove

Distinction between terrorism and war: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Victim may have been gunman inquiry is told: UTV Internet

Monday, September 17

Ahern to meet Blair as North suspension deadline looms: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Redouble peace efforts — Adams: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

UUP set to accept policing reforms: Irish Examiner

Hume stands down as SDLP leader: Evening Standard

Shock waves will engulf Irish republican groups: The Independent
David McKittrick

Now that all is changed utterly, Sinn Fein must sever its links to terrorism: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Ripple effect should have hit our shores: Irish News
Roy Garland

US atrocity strikes a deep chord because of North, says Cardinal: Irish Independent
Ann O'Loughlin

The Northern Dimension: The Irish Times

Protest at school expected to resume: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Gate plan for Ardoyne Road:
Barry McCaffrey

Memorial is ‘sending out wrong message’: Irish News
Eamonn O’Neill

Police concerned for taxi drivers: BBC

High Court attempt to unseat MP begins: The Irish Times
Michael Bradley

Hunger strike epic tells the real story of the men behind the wire: (Sep 13)
Allison Morris

Alex Maskey among five detained in Turkey: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Sunday, September 16

What it was like . . .: (from Belfast Telegraph)
Michael H.C. McDowell

Sinn Fein faces US ban if IRA keeps weapons: The Sunday Times
Brian Dowling and John Lee

Terror's brutal truth can no longer be dodged: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

US attacks cause problems for Adams: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

Sinn Fein reaches for a conscience: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Meanwhile, at home. . .: Electronic Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Side with America or side with terror: Sunday Independent
Alan Ruddock

'Symbolism of the act' is central: The Irish Times (Sep 15)
Jim Cusack

Trimble may be ousted over RUC reforms: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

War of words in Holy Cross row: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Hurley

Holy Cross — A Mother's Lament: G21
Dan VanDeMortel